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Bethany Vann

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EGO expands its ride-on range with new tractor mowers

EGO expands its ride-on range with new tractor mowers

Following the success of its zero-turn mowers, battery-powered outdoor equipment manufacturer, EGO Power Plus is expanding its ride-on range with two new tractor mowers. The twin-blade tractor mowers utilise up to six EGO ARC Lithium™ 56V portable batteries, offering the same power and performance as a petrol counterpart.  Group product director...

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Grant Associates appointed to reimagine Greek campus

Grant Associates appointed to reimagine Greek campus

Landscape architects Grant Associates has been appointed alongside lead architects Bennetts Associates to revitalise the Anatolio College campus, Greece. The design centres on a ‘forest campus’ theme, refreshing the original spaces identity, as well as improving upon the existing architecture. Other key objectives include, further integrating...

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RHS announces new sustainability award at Chelsea

RHS announces new sustainability award at Chelsea

In an effort to recognise the environmental ingenuity of its gardens, the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is introducing a new sustainability focused award at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. ‘The Environmental Innovation Award’ looks to celebrate “the examples of excellence in progressive environmental ingenuity” on display at the show,...

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Yorkshire garden design company celebrates 20 years in business

Yorkshire garden design company celebrates 20 years in business

Award-winning Yorkshire based garden design company, Bestall & Co celebrates its 20th anniversary with founder, Lee Bestall, reflecting on the journey. Bestall, who is also a member of BALI and chairman of the Yorkshire and North East region for the organisation, wrote on LinkedIn today: “20 years ago today was my first day in business. I...

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UK horticulture to be hit again by cost hike, says the HTA

UK horticulture to be hit again by cost hike, says the HTA

Concerns are growing for UK horticulture as it prepares to take yet another hit from the rise in import costs. The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) has today in a statement expressed its concern for the sector following the announcement of the common user charge (CUC). As part of the import controls under the Border Target Operating Model...

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Parents call on government to improve access to nature

Parents call on government to improve access to nature

New research reveals more than three-quarters of children want to spend more time in nature, a consensus backed by parents as they urge for improved access to nature. The National Trust is calling on the government to make good on its promise for every person to be 15 minutes away from nature after its latest findings show nearly two-thirds (63%)...

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Beechwood Trees to establish new depot following latest contracts

Beechwood Trees to establish new depot following latest contracts

Beechwood Trees and Landscapes strengthens its presence in the East Midlands following its latest contract acquisition. The landscape and arboriculture service provider has been awarded two new contracts with Nottingham City Council and Nottingham County Council. Coupled with the company’s existing partnership with Eyrewash Council, it is now...

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Artemis III: NASA’s mission to grow plants on the moon

Artemis III: NASA’s mission to grow plants on the moon

It’s one small seedling for man, and one giant leaf for mankind in NASA’s upcoming plant-growth study. NASA’s Artemis III Moon mission, currently planned for 2026, will not only mark the first time humans have walked on the lunar surface since the Apollo 17 mission in 1972. It will also see the astronauts carry out a series of experiments in an...

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